I've noticed Homeopaths without Borders aren't lining up to treat the Ebola outbreak..Now I did check their website, and yes they aren't there.
— Rayne (@rayne_2) July 31, 2014
I even did a check on the site's search bar for both "ebola" and "Africa" just to make sure, and I came up with nothing. Infact they've never been to Africa as far as I can tell.
So why aren't these people over in West Africa along with Doctors Without Borders?
I'm aware that these people are just pushing water and sugar pills, and that it's best that they not be there and get in the way of real doctors who are there to combat this disease, but the fact that they shouldn't be there has never stopped pushers of alternative medicine before from going where they are not wanted.
I could go to their contact page and ask them why they aren't there, but I probably wouldn't get an answer.
This should make one ask themselves that if homeopathic medicine works, as practitioners claim that it does, then why aren't these people over in West Africa right now helping "treat" the people that have been infected with Ebola and suffering?
It's not like it would be hard to push homeopathic medicine on the people over there since most of them are already using alternative medicine in an attempt to treat ebola infections.
Perhaps they just don't want to risk getting infected with Ebola and dying, which is exactly what the real doctors over there are doing right now. Risking their lives to help others.
"So why aren't these people over in West Africa along Doctors Without Borders?"ReplyDelete
A very good question. I always wondered about that.